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An interesting historic island with a café and restaurant facilities. It's a good idea to bring a picnic lunch or buy one from the store and then choose the one that suits you. Gorgeous cliffs, either on the rocks or on the lawn. There may be some traffic during the summer, but the place is good. At Gustav's sword, it's nice to watch the big ships sail down the narrow strait. There are also churches and museums on the island that are worth a visit. The island's military history is visible, but in a wonderfully relaxed way. It is easy to go all day on the island if you are touring the island to always find something interesting around the corner. There is also a nice beach for children to explore and even a small beach on the island. The island also has its own brewery restaurant if you are interested in beer. The Market Square takes 20 minutes and is short, so it's easy to get there.
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Suomenlinna
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An interesting historic island with a café and restaurant facilities. It's a good idea to bring a picnic lunch or buy one from the store and then choose the one that suits you. Gorgeous cliffs, either on the rocks or on the lawn. There may be some traffic during the summer, but the place is good. At Gustav's sword, it's nice to watch the big ships sail down the narrow strait. There are also churches and museums on the island that are worth a visit. The island's military history is visible, but in a wonderfully relaxed way. It is easy to go all day on the island if you are touring the island to always find something interesting around the corner. There is also a nice beach for children to explore and even a small beach on the island. The island also has its own brewery restaurant if you are interested in beer. The Market Square takes 20 minutes and is short, so it's easy to get there.
The Temppeliaukio Church, excavated in the rock, is located in the heart of Helsinki, at the end of Fredrikinkatu. Due to its unique architecture, the church, completed in 1969, is one of Helsinki's main attractions. The church hall is covered by a copper-clad dome, supported by rock beams on the rock walls. The inner walls are of rubble rock and quarry stone. In the morning sunlight spreads from a row of windows around the edge of the roof to the altar wall, which serves as an altar slab for a crack in the ice age.
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Temppeliaukio Church
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The Temppeliaukio Church, excavated in the rock, is located in the heart of Helsinki, at the end of Fredrikinkatu. Due to its unique architecture, the church, completed in 1969, is one of Helsinki's main attractions. The church hall is covered by a copper-clad dome, supported by rock beams on the rock walls. The inner walls are of rubble rock and quarry stone. In the morning sunlight spreads from a row of windows around the edge of the roof to the altar wall, which serves as an altar slab for a crack in the ice age.
Popular jogging and outdoor activities A great place to jog or walk all year round. You can get there by bus, city bike or car, the nearest horse carriage stop is about a quarter walk through the arboretum. In the summer, parking spaces may be tight. In the area you can see old Finnish buildings that have been brought here all over the country. Some can be accessed inside. In summer, all kinds of shows, tours and screenings are available. There is also a campfire site so sausages etc. can be fried. There are more cafes, the crown is probably my favorite. There are several swimming places. This is also great for a picnic. Excellent destination for tourists and locals alike!
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Seurasaari Open-Air Museum
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Popular jogging and outdoor activities A great place to jog or walk all year round. You can get there by bus, city bike or car, the nearest horse carriage stop is about a quarter walk through the arboretum. In the summer, parking spaces may be tight. In the area you can see old Finnish buildings that have been brought here all over the country. Some can be accessed inside. In summer, all kinds of shows, tours and screenings are available. There is also a campfire site so sausages etc. can be fried. There are more cafes, the crown is probably my favorite. There are several swimming places. This is also great for a picnic. Excellent destination for tourists and locals alike!
The Cathedral is just one of the most beautiful places in Helsinki and in Finland. An absolute must-visit especially on a beautiful summer day or on a snowy, sunny day
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Helsinki Cathedral
29 Unionsgatan
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The Cathedral is just one of the most beautiful places in Helsinki and in Finland. An absolute must-visit especially on a beautiful summer day or on a snowy, sunny day
Completed in 1868, the Uspenski Cathedral in Katajanokka is the largest orthodox church in Western Europe. The gold-domed and red-brick building is one of the most visible signs of Russia's influence in Finnish history.
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Uspenski Cathedral
1 Kanalgatan
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Completed in 1868, the Uspenski Cathedral in Katajanokka is the largest orthodox church in Western Europe. The gold-domed and red-brick building is one of the most visible signs of Russia's influence in Finnish history.
Located in Central Kamppi Square Kamppi Chape is an uncomplicated place for silence and reflection. A charming and different experience.
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La capilla de Kamppi
7 Simonsgatan
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Located in Central Kamppi Square Kamppi Chape is an uncomplicated place for silence and reflection. A charming and different experience.
Just off the Helsinki train station, the Ateneum is worth a visit for its architecture and its exhibitions.
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Ateneum
2 Kaivokatu
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Just off the Helsinki train station, the Ateneum is worth a visit for its architecture and its exhibitions.
Oodi is the new central library in Helsinki and a lively meeting place right in the heart of Helsinki. A wide range of services and facilities are available to city residents seven days a week, from early morning until late at night.
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Central library Oodi
4 Töölönlahdenkatu
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Oodi is the new central library in Helsinki and a lively meeting place right in the heart of Helsinki. A wide range of services and facilities are available to city residents seven days a week, from early morning until late at night.
Located in the heart of Helsinki, Esplanadi Park serves as both a tourist promenade and a living room for city dwellers. The park and the Espa Stage there provide a good setting for various events. June will include Marimekko fashion show and in July Jazz Espa concert series.
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Esplanadi
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Located in the heart of Helsinki, Esplanadi Park serves as both a tourist promenade and a living room for city dwellers. The park and the Espa Stage there provide a good setting for various events. June will include Marimekko fashion show and in July Jazz Espa concert series.
If you are traveling to Helsinki, you will probably end up at Helsinki Railway Station or Steissi as locals call it. Helsinki Railway Station has been the hub for traffic in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area since 1919. Trains take you to the airport, to Lapland and all the way to St. Petersburg. Switching to the bus, subway or tram is easy. However, the Helsinki Railway Station is not just a terminal for Finnish train traffic. It is a historically significant building and a true example of style by architect Eliel Saarinen. There are also numerous events around the railway station throughout the year, and in the winter, an artificial ice rink will be set up on the Railway Market for keen skaters.
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Central railway station
1 Kaivokatu
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If you are traveling to Helsinki, you will probably end up at Helsinki Railway Station or Steissi as locals call it. Helsinki Railway Station has been the hub for traffic in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area since 1919. Trains take you to the airport, to Lapland and all the way to St. Petersburg. Switching to the bus, subway or tram is easy. However, the Helsinki Railway Station is not just a terminal for Finnish train traffic. It is a historically significant building and a true example of style by architect Eliel Saarinen. There are also numerous events around the railway station throughout the year, and in the winter, an artificial ice rink will be set up on the Railway Market for keen skaters.
The Senate Square is a marketplace in the heart of Helsinki and the historic center of Helsinki. It is surrounded by numerous valuable buildings such as Helsinki Cathedral, Government Palace and the University of Helsinki main building. In the middle of the square is the statue of Alexander II. The Senate Square with its cathedrals is the most famous symbol in Helsinki and one of the city's most popular tourist destinations. There are Aleksanterinkatu, Unioninkatu, Snellmaninkatu and along the northern edge of the Cathedral you will find Hallituskatu. The Senate Square and its surroundings form the old center of Helsinki. The oldest buildings in the inner city, such as the Sederholm House, completed in 1757, are located in the area.
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The Senate Square is a marketplace in the heart of Helsinki and the historic center of Helsinki. It is surrounded by numerous valuable buildings such as Helsinki Cathedral, Government Palace and the University of Helsinki main building. In the middle of the square is the statue of Alexander II. The Senate Square with its cathedrals is the most famous symbol in Helsinki and one of the city's most popular tourist destinations. There are Aleksanterinkatu, Unioninkatu, Snellmaninkatu and along the northern edge of the Cathedral you will find Hallituskatu. The Senate Square and its surroundings form the old center of Helsinki. The oldest buildings in the inner city, such as the Sederholm House, completed in 1757, are located in the area.
Good place to buy berries, vegetables and summer flowers
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Hakaniemi Market
1 Hämeentie
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Good place to buy berries, vegetables and summer flowers
A traditional market place in a beautiful location in front of the Presidential Palace and Helsinki City Hall. Next to the market hall. The marketplace often serves traditional meat pie or salmon soup. If you eat ice cream or anything else in your hand, you should watch out for seagulls. From the Market Square ferries can be reached. Suomenlinna and Korkeasaari Zoo. In the afternoon, the big cruisers leave for Stockholm. Adjacent to the Market Square, the pool area and the traditional Esplanade with its restaurants, music stages and parks.
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Plaza del Mercado de Helsinki
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A traditional market place in a beautiful location in front of the Presidential Palace and Helsinki City Hall. Next to the market hall. The marketplace often serves traditional meat pie or salmon soup. If you eat ice cream or anything else in your hand, you should watch out for seagulls. From the Market Square ferries can be reached. Suomenlinna and Korkeasaari Zoo. In the afternoon, the big cruisers leave for Stockholm. Adjacent to the Market Square, the pool area and the traditional Esplanade with its restaurants, music stages and parks.
The National Library is a beautiful building both inside and out. I also recommend the place for tourists because of the architecture. In addition to admiring the building, the library offers temporary exhibitions. There is also the opportunity to sit and read books.
The National Library of Finland
35 Fabiansgatan
The National Library is a beautiful building both inside and out. I also recommend the place for tourists because of the architecture. In addition to admiring the building, the library offers temporary exhibitions. There is also the opportunity to sit and read books.
Out of 600 steel pipes, the monument in the Töölö district is huge. The statue by sculptor Eila Hiltunen is 8.5 meters high, 10.5 meters long and 6.5 meters deep. Underneath it is free to travel, and through the pipes you can hear wind noise, hum and echo. The statue was opened to the public in 1967 and blends well with the surrounding cliffs and trees. The sculpture is like a large organ, each of them should interpret it in their own way. The park around the sculpture has a quiet and free walking area.
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Sibelius Monument
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Out of 600 steel pipes, the monument in the Töölö district is huge. The statue by sculptor Eila Hiltunen is 8.5 meters high, 10.5 meters long and 6.5 meters deep. Underneath it is free to travel, and through the pipes you can hear wind noise, hum and echo. The statue was opened to the public in 1967 and blends well with the surrounding cliffs and trees. The sculpture is like a large organ, each of them should interpret it in their own way. The park around the sculpture has a quiet and free walking area.
Definitely a worthwhile attraction. Even if you have seen all the public buildings drawn by Aalto, it is only in private spaces that Aalto can best exercise his rights. The museum has its own guide. Tours in Finnish and English. Well worth a look.
The Aalto House
20 Riihitie
Definitely a worthwhile attraction. Even if you have seen all the public buildings drawn by Aalto, it is only in private spaces that Aalto can best exercise his rights. The museum has its own guide. Tours in Finnish and English. Well worth a look.
Kaivopuisto is an integral part of Helsinki and its history. The park is large and well maintained and the views are beautiful. You can also walk to the sea from the park - but the park's nearby streets are also beautiful and definitely worth a visit! The park is a great place to visit almost all year round.
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Kaivopuisto
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Kaivopuisto is an integral part of Helsinki and its history. The park is large and well maintained and the views are beautiful. You can also walk to the sea from the park - but the park's nearby streets are also beautiful and definitely worth a visit! The park is a great place to visit almost all year round.
Established in 1893, the Winter Garden has been a refreshing and meeting place for city dwellers for over 120 years. The sophisticated oasis of exotic plants invites you to go green in all seasons. In addition to plants, carp floating in the pool will delight visitors. During the summer and even in the fall, passersby can admire the rose garden outside the Winter Garden. At Christmas, right up to the end of the day, the Winter Garden's traditional and sleek ghost figures gaze at visitors. The garden is also adorned with Christmas flowers such as poinsettias, amaryls, hyacinths and azaleas, and as a single Pearl the old camel in the Winter Garden. In turn, Easter lilies and tulips bloom.
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City Winter Garden (Kaupungin Talvipuutarha)
1 Hammarskjöldintie
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Established in 1893, the Winter Garden has been a refreshing and meeting place for city dwellers for over 120 years. The sophisticated oasis of exotic plants invites you to go green in all seasons. In addition to plants, carp floating in the pool will delight visitors. During the summer and even in the fall, passersby can admire the rose garden outside the Winter Garden. At Christmas, right up to the end of the day, the Winter Garden's traditional and sleek ghost figures gaze at visitors. The garden is also adorned with Christmas flowers such as poinsettias, amaryls, hyacinths and azaleas, and as a single Pearl the old camel in the Winter Garden. In turn, Easter lilies and tulips bloom.
An interesting place full of history. Monuments of the Presidents, The Artists' Hill, and many other composers, writers, poets, singers and other artists. Some have very special memorial stones. The Hero Cemetery is an impressive area.
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Hietaniemi cemetery
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An interesting place full of history. Monuments of the Presidents, The Artists' Hill, and many other composers, writers, poets, singers and other artists. Some have very special memorial stones. The Hero Cemetery is an impressive area.
Designed by architect Lars Sonck, Kallio Church is one of Helsinki's most famous landmarks. The church was completed at the end of the Unioninkatu-Siltasaarenkatu axis in 1912 and is one of the cleanest representatives of the National Romantic building style in Finland. The seven German bells of the granite tower play the tune of Jean Sibelius at noon and evening.
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Kallion kirkko
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Designed by architect Lars Sonck, Kallio Church is one of Helsinki's most famous landmarks. The church was completed at the end of the Unioninkatu-Siltasaarenkatu axis in 1912 and is one of the cleanest representatives of the National Romantic building style in Finland. The seven German bells of the granite tower play the tune of Jean Sibelius at noon and evening.
Havis Amanda is a sculpture by sculptor Ville Vallgren between Esplanade Park and the Market Square. In addition to the naked maiden figure, the fountain complex includes four sea lions on the edge of the pool and fish spraying water from the central platform. The sculptures are made of bronze and the pool is made of red rapakivi granite from Vehmaan Uhlu. The total height of the fountain is 5 meters. The sculpture was unveiled in 1908. On May Day, the statue is the focal point of the student celebration when it is washed and painted. The student unions in the Helsinki metropolitan area alternate between legalization. Whenever Finland wins the World Championship in hockey, people gather here to celebrate, often naked (mostly men)
Havis Amanda
Havis Amanda is a sculpture by sculptor Ville Vallgren between Esplanade Park and the Market Square. In addition to the naked maiden figure, the fountain complex includes four sea lions on the edge of the pool and fish spraying water from the central platform. The sculptures are made of bronze and the pool is made of red rapakivi granite from Vehmaan Uhlu. The total height of the fountain is 5 meters. The sculpture was unveiled in 1908. On May Day, the statue is the focal point of the student celebration when it is washed and painted. The student unions in the Helsinki metropolitan area alternate between legalization. Whenever Finland wins the World Championship in hockey, people gather here to celebrate, often naked (mostly men)
The Kumpula Botanical Garden is an oasis of refreshment in a well-kept green city environment. Summer café Kumpu offers café services and you can also buy tickets for the outdoor garden and the manor. The geological collections in the manor are also an interesting addition to enjoying the garden. The area is open during the summer season. The Kumpula Botanical Garden is located in the historic lands of Kumpula Manor. The garden features a collection of cultivated plants that can be found in ornamental, medicinal and nutritional plants. Ornamental plants have the weight of a typical 19th century manor environment in flora. The garden also has geographically distributed park-like plant collections and water themes. The accessible area is about six hectares. Also within walking distance is Vallila's allotment garden.
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Kumpula Botanical Gardens
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The Kumpula Botanical Garden is an oasis of refreshment in a well-kept green city environment. Summer café Kumpu offers café services and you can also buy tickets for the outdoor garden and the manor. The geological collections in the manor are also an interesting addition to enjoying the garden. The area is open during the summer season. The Kumpula Botanical Garden is located in the historic lands of Kumpula Manor. The garden features a collection of cultivated plants that can be found in ornamental, medicinal and nutritional plants. Ornamental plants have the weight of a typical 19th century manor environment in flora. The garden also has geographically distributed park-like plant collections and water themes. The accessible area is about six hectares. Also within walking distance is Vallila's allotment garden.
Arabia Design Museum presents the production of the Fiskars group's Arabia ceramic factory and Iittala glass factory from 1873 to the present. The main focus of the exhibition is the rich history of Finnish ceramic and glass design. The museum is part of the Iittala & Arabia Design Center. The same building also has Iittala shop and other shops as well as a café.
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Designmuseo Arabia
135 Hämeentie
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Arabia Design Museum presents the production of the Fiskars group's Arabia ceramic factory and Iittala glass factory from 1873 to the present. The main focus of the exhibition is the rich history of Finnish ceramic and glass design. The museum is part of the Iittala & Arabia Design Center. The same building also has Iittala shop and other shops as well as a café.
Ravintolatarjonta
One of Helsinki's MUST destinations Here you will find nostalgia and delicacies.
Vanha Kauppahalli
125 Eteläranta
One of Helsinki's MUST destinations Here you will find nostalgia and delicacies.
Museo
National Museum illustrates Finnish history from medieval times to the 19th century. The museum's unique exhibits tells of the life from a period of over 1000 years. Temporary exhibitions on current themes and an interactive exhibition Vintti, where you can experience history by doing yourself.
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The National Museum of Finland
34 Mannerheimintie
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National Museum illustrates Finnish history from medieval times to the 19th century. The museum's unique exhibits tells of the life from a period of over 1000 years. Temporary exhibitions on current themes and an interactive exhibition Vintti, where you can experience history by doing yourself.
An interesting museum if you are interested in the birth and history of animals, not forgetting Finnish and tropical and African animals.
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Finnish Museum of Natural History
13 Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu
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An interesting museum if you are interested in the birth and history of animals, not forgetting Finnish and tropical and African animals.
A visit to Kiasma is worth every visit. If the exhibitions do not light up, the atmosphere and architecture of the building will always be enjoyable - and at least one or two interesting works or new acquaintances will usually be on display. Kiasma's small museum shop is a great place to discover, especially for those who "already have it". The Kiasma Café serves snacks and good coffee, drinks and a very good lunch.
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Kiasma
2 Mannerheiminaukio
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A visit to Kiasma is worth every visit. If the exhibitions do not light up, the atmosphere and architecture of the building will always be enjoyable - and at least one or two interesting works or new acquaintances will usually be on display. Kiasma's small museum shop is a great place to discover, especially for those who "already have it". The Kiasma Café serves snacks and good coffee, drinks and a very good lunch.
An excellent overview of the history of Mannerheim and Finland. Genuine and original spirit of the past century. It is easier to understand the events of history when one can sense the atmosphere of one's life. The guidance was excellent and expert. The exhibition offers a lot to see, and you don't have to go all in on one visit.
Mannerheim Museum
14 Kalliolinnavägen
An excellent overview of the history of Mannerheim and Finland. Genuine and original spirit of the past century. It is easier to understand the events of history when one can sense the atmosphere of one's life. The guidance was excellent and expert. The exhibition offers a lot to see, and you don't have to go all in on one visit.
he Helsinki City Museum is the world’s only museum focusing on Helsinki. Personal experiences and everyday life of people in Helsinki are highlighted and reflected in the museum’s items and photographs. A Kiss-kiss candy wrapper, a squeaky steel spring bed and a photo of a suburb home yard are precious treasures in the museum. The Helsinki City Museum is located in the oldest blocks of the city near the Senate Square, and entrance is always free of charge. In the City Museum, everyone has the opportunity to fall in love with Helsinki. Four other museums—the Hakasalmi Villa, the Burgher’s House, the Worker Housing Museum and the Tram Museum—are also a part of the Helsinki City Museum. The museum’s collections comprise of approximately one million photographs and 450,000 items. In addition, it fosters buildings and environments of cultural historical value and operates as the regional museum for Central Uusimaa.
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Helsinki City Museum
16 Aleksanterinkatu
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he Helsinki City Museum is the world’s only museum focusing on Helsinki. Personal experiences and everyday life of people in Helsinki are highlighted and reflected in the museum’s items and photographs. A Kiss-kiss candy wrapper, a squeaky steel spring bed and a photo of a suburb home yard are precious treasures in the museum. The Helsinki City Museum is located in the oldest blocks of the city near the Senate Square, and entrance is always free of charge. In the City Museum, everyone has the opportunity to fall in love with Helsinki. Four other museums—the Hakasalmi Villa, the Burgher’s House, the Worker Housing Museum and the Tram Museum—are also a part of the Helsinki City Museum. The museum’s collections comprise of approximately one million photographs and 450,000 items. In addition, it fosters buildings and environments of cultural historical value and operates as the regional museum for Central Uusimaa.
The Sinebrychoff Art Museum specializes in old European art. the most valuable paintings of old masters in the country. The museum's collections date from the 14th century to the early 19th century. The upstairs home museum is a reconstruction of the home of reputed brewer Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff with original furniture and artwork. The museum has a significant collection of miniatures and valuable porcelain and silver objects. Temporary exhibitions. The Sinebrychoff Art Museum is part of the National Gallery. Museum shop. FREE ENTRANCE.
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Sinebrychoffin taidemuseo
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The Sinebrychoff Art Museum specializes in old European art. the most valuable paintings of old masters in the country. The museum's collections date from the 14th century to the early 19th century. The upstairs home museum is a reconstruction of the home of reputed brewer Paul and Fanny Sinebrychoff with original furniture and artwork. The museum has a significant collection of miniatures and valuable porcelain and silver objects. Temporary exhibitions. The Sinebrychoff Art Museum is part of the National Gallery. Museum shop. FREE ENTRANCE.
Things to do
Welcome to the funniest part of Helsinki! Linnanmäki is an amusement park full of fun and delicacies. The most popular amusement park in Finland opened its doors already in 1950 and attracts over one million visitors every year. Linnanmäki has over 40 amusement park facilities, plenty of games, activities, restaurants and cafes. By far the most popular piece of equipment in the amusement park is the classic classic: a wooden roller coaster of 1951. Linnanmäki is maintained by the Children's Day Foundation, which donates funds raised from the Linnanmäki box office each year to child welfare work. By having fun in Linnanmäki, you also support Finnish child welfare work.
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Linnanmaki
1 Tivolikuja
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Welcome to the funniest part of Helsinki! Linnanmäki is an amusement park full of fun and delicacies. The most popular amusement park in Finland opened its doors already in 1950 and attracts over one million visitors every year. Linnanmäki has over 40 amusement park facilities, plenty of games, activities, restaurants and cafes. By far the most popular piece of equipment in the amusement park is the classic classic: a wooden roller coaster of 1951. Linnanmäki is maintained by the Children's Day Foundation, which donates funds raised from the Linnanmäki box office each year to child welfare work. By having fun in Linnanmäki, you also support Finnish child welfare work.
In Korkeasaari, you travel from the tundra to the rainforest and from the tops of the mountains to domestic wetlands every day of the year. The zoo's 150 animal species and nearly 1,000 plant species tell about biodiversity.
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Helsinki Zoo
12 Blåbärslandsstigen
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In Korkeasaari, you travel from the tundra to the rainforest and from the tops of the mountains to domestic wetlands every day of the year. The zoo's 150 animal species and nearly 1,000 plant species tell about biodiversity.
The Botanical Garden, founded in 1829 in Kaisaniemi, close to the center of Helsinki, and its greenhouses, offers unique experiences for nature lovers all year round. In the summer, the most beautiful part of the outdoor garden is probably the sensory garden with its systematic garden, ponds and flowering plants. Through the moss and lichen gardens, you can also experience something unique with your garden visit. In the greenhouses you can enjoy the warmth of the tropics all year round. The Kaisaniemi Garden belongs to the Finnish Museum of Natural History, the Luomus, a separate research institute of the University of Helsinki. In addition to the Kaisaniemi Botanical Gardens, Luomus's public attractions include the Museum of Natural History (also the Museum Card) and the Kumpula Botanical Garden. CLOSED ON MONDAYS
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Jardín Botánico de la Universidad de Helsinki
44 Unioninkatu
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The Botanical Garden, founded in 1829 in Kaisaniemi, close to the center of Helsinki, and its greenhouses, offers unique experiences for nature lovers all year round. In the summer, the most beautiful part of the outdoor garden is probably the sensory garden with its systematic garden, ponds and flowering plants. Through the moss and lichen gardens, you can also experience something unique with your garden visit. In the greenhouses you can enjoy the warmth of the tropics all year round. The Kaisaniemi Garden belongs to the Finnish Museum of Natural History, the Luomus, a separate research institute of the University of Helsinki. In addition to the Kaisaniemi Botanical Gardens, Luomus's public attractions include the Museum of Natural History (also the Museum Card) and the Kumpula Botanical Garden. CLOSED ON MONDAYS
SEA LIFE Helsinki, located in Linnanmäki, Helsinki, is open all year round. The Aquarium Center has about 50 pools of different sizes, over 200 species and 7 themed areas.
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Sea Life Helsinki
10 Tivolivägen
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SEA LIFE Helsinki, located in Linnanmäki, Helsinki, is open all year round. The Aquarium Center has about 50 pools of different sizes, over 200 species and 7 themed areas.
Designed by architect Jorma Järvi, the Swimming Stadium was built for the 1940 Olympic Games, which – due to the outbreak of war – were cancelled. It later went on to host part of the 1952 Helsinki Olympic Games. Closed for winter, open again in May 2017. Mon - Sat 6.30 - 20.00 Sun 9.00 - 20.00 Cash desks close at 20.00, swimming time ends at 20.30, and washing time at 20.45. Customers must leave the area by 21.00.
Helsingin Uimastadion
1 Hammarskjöldintie
Designed by architect Jorma Järvi, the Swimming Stadium was built for the 1940 Olympic Games, which – due to the outbreak of war – were cancelled. It later went on to host part of the 1952 Helsinki Olympic Games. Closed for winter, open again in May 2017. Mon - Sat 6.30 - 20.00 Sun 9.00 - 20.00 Cash desks close at 20.00, swimming time ends at 20.30, and washing time at 20.45. Customers must leave the area by 21.00.
You will enjoy your stay here longer as the water is warm and the place is clean anyway. The café serves delicacies and a little salty. Closed for winter, open again in May 2017. Mon - Sat 6.30am - 8pm Sun 9am - 8pm Cash desks close at 8pm, swimming time ends at 8:30 pm, and washing time at 8:45 pm. Customers must leave the area by 9pm.
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Kumpulan maauimala
5 Allastie
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You will enjoy your stay here longer as the water is warm and the place is clean anyway. The café serves delicacies and a little salty. Closed for winter, open again in May 2017. Mon - Sat 6.30am - 8pm Sun 9am - 8pm Cash desks close at 8pm, swimming time ends at 8:30 pm, and washing time at 8:45 pm. Customers must leave the area by 9pm.
Naapurustot
Beautiful details in very diverse architectural entities. Photographic views of the sea, archipelago and city, exciting icebreakers on their summer vacation. A museum, incredible courtyards, a prison hotel, a hotel, a hostel, a swimming pool, a fairground and an active harbor on the same peninsula. Free entertainment that can be accessed by tram.
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Katajanokka
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Beautiful details in very diverse architectural entities. Photographic views of the sea, archipelago and city, exciting icebreakers on their summer vacation. A museum, incredible courtyards, a prison hotel, a hotel, a hostel, a swimming pool, a fairground and an active harbor on the same peninsula. Free entertainment that can be accessed by tram.
Töölönlahti: In Töölönlahti you can see beautiful nature, sea, pedestrians, runners, cyclists and waterfowl. The area houses the Music House, Finlandia Hall, Hakasalmi Villa Museum and the National Opera. For children, the area has a varied climbing park and an ordinary playground.
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Töölönlahti: In Töölönlahti you can see beautiful nature, sea, pedestrians, runners, cyclists and waterfowl. The area houses the Music House, Finlandia Hall, Hakasalmi Villa Museum and the National Opera. For children, the area has a varied climbing park and an ordinary playground.
Shopping
Centrally located. Easy to find. Shops on many floors, including many restaurands. Bus terminals and metro stop in Kamppi
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Kamppi Center
1 Urho Kekkosen katu
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Centrally located. Easy to find. Shops on many floors, including many restaurands. Bus terminals and metro stop in Kamppi